Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset Trailer

Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset Trailer (1976)

23 July 1976 109 mins

Tora-san arrives in Shibamata on Mitsuo's first day of school only to find that on his account, Mitsuo was embarrassed. After a fight with his family, he goes to a bar to drink, then brings home a surly old man with a sad story, whose identity will surprise everyone. Later, Tora meets Botan, a geisha.

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Cast

Kiyoshi Atsumi

as Torajiro Kuruma

Gin Maeda

as Hiroshi

Chishû Ryû

as Priest

Jukichi Uno

as Ikenouchi Seikan

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